At the end of the 1960s the young man started his project after a lot of sketching, design works and planning.
At the same time he started studying automotive technology at the Technical University in Aachen ( Germany ) .
About 7000 working hours in 7 years followed. Apart from the frame in steel tubes and the technical units and details of about 50 automotive models and brands the most parts of the new car were made of glass fiber. For making these special parts - esp. for the body - it was necessary to build molds, mainly composed of wood and plaster. This is where the builder's feeling in craftsmanship, rooted in his father's joinery, came to effect. Without this "craftsmanship-basis", a project "to build his own car" is hard to imagine.
In 1973 the car was ready to roll out and two years later it was certified roadworthy.
At that time the car was not really finished yet. However, the studies were ... successful .
Finally, many years later, from 2009 to 2011, the car was really finished. The "young man" left behind more than 25 years as a teacher in technical education, and now he is an old-age pensioner. In addition, about 3000 working hours during 2 years were necessary to bring the dream car to the state, the "young man of the 60s" imagined ...